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HUBBARD COUNTY INCIDENTS, Dec. 1-10-2021

From the Hubbard County dispatch blotter.

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Accidents: Dec. 3: A one-vehicle rollover was reported, injuries unknown; A two-vehicle, head-on accident was reported with airbags deployed;

Dec. 4: A Park Rapids caller reported a Ford Explorer hit a pole in a parking lot and left the scene;

Dec. 5: A caller reported he lost control and went into the ditch; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported he went into the ditch with no injuries, and was calling his own tow; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a truck off the roadway;

Dec. 6: A vehicle accident with injuries was reported; A two-vehicle crash with no injuries was reported;

Dec. 7: An officer responded to a vehicle in the ditch; A two-vehicle accident with no injuries was reported; An officer advised that a rollover near Dorset Corner was reported to him;

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Dec. 8: A County 2 caller reported being hit by a Chevy pickup that left the scene;

Dec. 9: A caller reported a vehicle rolled in a river, but everyone got out;

Dec. 10: A female was reportedly hit by a car.

Animal Related: Dec. 1: A Park Rapids caller found two dogs with collars; A Nevis caller wanted to speak to an officer about a cat that was shot during the night;

Dec. 2: A Park Rapids Police Department squad vehicle struck a deer, causing airbags to deploy;

Dec. 3: A County 110 caller reported a black bear roaming around, looking for food; A deer in the roadway was reported; A caller reported hitting a deer and requested a possession tag, reporting no injuries and that the vehicle was drivable;

Dec. 4: A deputy removed a dead deer from the roadway; A deer in the roadway was reported still alive, needing to be dispatched;

Dec. 5: Several horses were reported out on the roadway; A white owl was reported in the middle of the turn-around lane on U.S. Hwy. 2, apparently injured;

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Dec. 7: An injured deer on the side of State Hwy. 64 was reported, needing to be dispatched;

Dec. 8: A caller reported hitting a deer and was unsure if it was on the roadway; A 119th Ave. caller complained about a neighbor’s dogs barking and trespassing at 3 a.m.;

Dec. 9: A caller found a black Labrador outside Nevis and wanted it transported to a shelter to check if it was microchipped; A 167th Ave. caller reported her neighbor puts food out in the yard and caller’s crippled, old dog crosses the road to eat it, and caller wanted the neighbor to stop; A caller reporting hitting a deer but driver was fine and vehicle was drivable, but caller was unsure if the deer was still in the roadway;

Dec. 10: A caller reported a buck needing to be dispatched; A caller reported a vehicle hit a deer, leaving it with broken back legs, needing to be dispatched.

Assaults/Harassment: Dec. 1: An Arago Twp. caller reported her ex-husband was trying to extort $5,000 from her; A caller at Park Rapids Area High School reported a group of girls told her she should hide because there was a gun in the school, near the commons area;

Dec. 2: An inmate told jail staff that her mom was getting beaten up in Farden Twp.; A Park Rapids caller said she could hear loud banging and yelling in the apartment above her, and possibly a gunshot;

Dec. 3: A Park Rapids female called, screaming that a male wouldn’t leave; A male in Park Rapids was reported as obstructing traffic and making threats;

Dec. 4: A Park Rapids caller reported a male and a female arguing in an SUV with an obstructed license;

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Dec. 5: A 139th Ave. caller reported threats; A State Hwy. 226 caller reported a harassment/stalking suspect following caller and their friends, trying to get in touch with caller; A jail sergeant reported a female asked to speak to a deputy about threats; A 500th St. caller reported she was scared because her children’s father threatened to come over and take the kids from her;

Dec. 6: A domestic issue was reported on County 18;

Dec. 7: A Park Rapids caller reported her 21-year-old son was throwing things at her window and pounding on her door; A 17-year-old caller in Helga Twp. reported her mother just hit her and her father kicked down the bedroom door; A Farde Twp. caller reported an assault.

Burglaries/Theft: Dec. 2: An Arago Twp. caller reported someone using her prescription drugs; A main office door and a front office motion alarm were activated on U.S. Hwy. 2; A Laporte caller reported a fraudulent check for $965; A caller wanted officers to drive past his father’s residence on 223rd Ave. during his father’s visitation and funeral, reporting that items had already been stolen from the home; A cabin alarm was activated on County 37; An Akeley caller reported a $60 gas drive-off;

Dec. 3: A State Hwy. 34 caller reported an employee fraudulently wrote two paychecks;

Dec. 5: A Lake George caller reported two vehicles stolen from their residence in the past couple weeks; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported the theft of a coin purse and medication; A fire alarm company reported a living room smoke detector was tripped on 344th St. and when they tried to call the residence, they got voicemail;

Dec. 6: A main entry door alarm was tripped at Itasca State Park; A State Hwy. 64 caller reported he had a fraud claim on his unemployment and needed a police report for the overpayment on it; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported check fraud; A County 18 caller reported theft;

Dec. 7: A garage motion and a house-to-garage door alarm were tripped in Fern Twp.; A 100-lb. Propane tank was reported stolen in Schoolcraft Twp.;

Dec. 9: An Akeley caller reported a $62 gas drive-off involving a vehicle hauling a fish house; A 410th St. caller reported a scam; A 129th Ave. caller reported the theft of wood.

Fires: Dec. 4: A vehicle on fire was reported in Park Rapids;

Dec. 5: A Farden Twp. caller reported an unoccupied vehicle in the ditch caught fire;

Dec. 6: A smoke detector alarm was activated on County 40; Becker County advised that callers saw smoke coming from near Two Inlets Lake.

Medical: Dec. 1: An ambulance was requested on County 39 for a 53-year-old male having trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a female who was dizzy and kept falling; An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for someone who had been in severe pain for five weeks; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for an elderly female on oxygen who couldn’t breathe, when caller couldn’t move her to their vehicle;

Dec. 2: An ambulance was requested in Akeley for an 93-year-old male with COVID-19 who had low blood pressure; An ambulance was requested on 346th St. for a 74-year-old female in great pain who had not been able to walk since yesterday; An ambulance was requested on 317th Ave. for a 79-year-old male believed to have COVID-19, who had a temperature and could not stand up;

Dec. 3: An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a male believed to be having a heart attack; An ambulance was requested on County 4 for an elderly male with COVID-19 who had a low oxygen level; A 346th St. caller asked what resources are available for someone with ongoing health issues who was unable to care for herself; An ambulance was requested in Laporte for a male who fell and was bleeding from the head; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a male who was weak, unable to move his left arm and unresponsive but breathing; Wadena County advised an ambulance was needed on 139th Ave. for a male having difficulty breathing;

Dec. 4: An ambulance was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for a male who fell, had a hip injury and was unable to get up;

Dec. 5: An ambulance was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for a 66-year-old female who fell and was weak and feverish; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female who passed out and fell from a walker; A rolling medical emergency was reported, southbound on County 4;

Dec. 6: A medical alarm was activated in Akeley, and there was no response from subscriber;

Dec. 7: A medical alarm was activated in Lakeport Twp. and there was no contact with subscriber; An ambulance was requested on 346th St. for an elderly female who was unable to get out of bed; An ambulance was requested by a social worker on 150th St. for a person who was intoxicated and unable to walk; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female described as very clammy, who was unconscious for about five minutes; An ambulance was requested in Lake George Twp. for a 63-year-old female having chest pains; An ambulance was requested on 180th St. for a female in extreme pain from a tooth;

Dec. 8: An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female having problems with her esophagus; An ambulance was requested in Hart Lake Twp. for an 82-year-old male who hit his head earlier and was now having trouble standing up;

Dec. 10: A medical alarm was activated on County 81 for a female who fell and needed help getting up; An ambulance was requested on 496th St. for a male having chest pains; A medical alarm was activated on County 4 but there was no contact with subscriber; A lift assist was requested for an elderly male on County 80.

Miscellaneous: Dec. 1: A business check was conducted in Nevis; A Todd Twp. caller reported issues with a trailer he bought; A caller reported someone called him asking for help; A school walk-through was conducted in Nevis; A 309th Ave. caller was suspicious about a male in a vehicle in the driveway, slumped over with a sheet over his face, breathing but not waking up;

Dec. 2: A male was arrested on a probation violation in the Nevis area; A caller requested officer assistance picking up property on County 31; A Park Rapids caller reported a felon in possession of a firearm; A Farden Twp. caller requested officer assistance retrieving her property from her parents’ house, from which she had been removed;

Dec. 3: A traffic stop involved a suspicious person; Personnel in Park Rapids attempted to locate someone with an active Hubbard County warrant; A Lakeport Twp. caller complained about a FedEx delivery person walking around the gate at the end of caller’s driveway to deliver packages to his house without permission;

Dec. 4: A Todd Twp. caller was suspicious about a dark-colored vehicle that entered their driveway with flashers on, then left in an unknown direction; A caller asked that a deputy call on a female on County 81, who was not answering her phone, to assist family in notifying her of a family tragedy;

Dec. 5: Personnel assisted Cass County personnel in the Cass Lake area; A semi driver was reported swerving all over the road, in and out of oncoming traffic;

Dec. 6: Personnel checked out a suspicious vehicle with two occupants;

Dec. 7: A school walk-through was conducted in Nevis;

Dec. 8: An anonymous caller complained about a vehicle driving around Piney Park with occupants attempting to look inside trailers; An officer assisted Sanford Bemidji Clinic in notifying next of kin on County 106 of a recent death; A Hubbard Twp. caller requested assistance finding a relative in Florida;

Dec. 9: A business check was conducted in Nevis; A Farden Twp. caller was suspicious about the occupant of a four-door Chevy sedan looking into the garage of a residence when the landlord told caller nobody should be there;

Dec. 10: A caller reported a suspicious vehicle parked in the middle of the road, and occupant stepped out of the vehicle with a long gun; A State Hwy. 87 caller reported someone shooting a muzzleloader in the field by her house; A Lake George caller reported a suspicious vehicle.

Traffic: Dec. 1: An SUV was reported swerving, turning into Nevis and speeding; Personnel assisted State Patrol with a traffic stop; A vehicle, possibly a minivan, was reported varying in speed, swerving between lane lines;

Dec. 2: Personnel assisted State Patrol with two traffic stops; A semitruck was reported swerving on the roadway; A caller complained the roads were so icy they were almost undrivable, and caller went into the ditch; A Chevrolet Impala with no plates was stopped;

Dec. 3: A stalled car was reported obstructing a lane of traffic; A tractor trailer was stopped; A Honda with no plates was stopped;

Dec. 4: A caller requested motorist assist for her daughter, who had a flat tire on the side of the road; A caller reported glare ice conditions on a township road, with mail carriers unable to deliver mail; A caller reported a topper fell off a truck, leaving debris on the highway;

Dec. 5: Wadena County passed along a report of a northbound car traveling on the wrong side of the road; A traffic hazard was reported; Personnel assisted Wadena County in attempting to locate a box truck that hit another vehicle while traveling in the wrong lane; A Park Rapids caller reported a female motorist apparently passing out in the driver’s seat; A stuck vehicle was reported partially obstructing the roadway; A caller complained about a Bobcat clearing snow on the roadway; A vehicle was reported stuck in a median;

Dec. 6: A caller reported his car was stuck in the middle of the road, and caller tried calling a wrecker but got no answer;

Dec. 7: A Chevrolet Silverado with an obstructed plate was stopped; A ford Ranger with an obstructed plate was stopped; A truck with an obstructed plate was stopped;

Dec. 8: A caller reported a minivan passed them unsafely and almost caused an accident; Personnel assisted State Patrol with a traffic stop; Occupants of a white car were reported throwing things out the window that looked like fireworks; An officer reported they were going to stop a vehicle on 496th St. but it attempted to avoid being stopped;

Dec. 9: A parking violation was reported; a pickup and trailer were reported driving with no rear lights;

Dec. 10: A Chevrolet Silverado pulling a trailer with a snowmobile was stopped; A speeding vehicle was stopped in Park Rapids; A snowmobile was stopped; A vehicle with an unknown license plate was stopped.

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